Visit Portsmouth's number 1 attraction and see the Mary Rose like you've never seen her before. Experience the sights, sounds, and smells of life on…
This full-day private tour takes you on a scenic drive to Portsmouth Historic Dockyards. Tour significant ships, including HMS Victory and HMS…
What people are saying about The Mary Rose
We visited the museum soon after it first opened and it was fantastic then but since the recent changes it is even more amazing. The only negative is the entry process. We pre booked tickets on line so didn't think we needed to follow the signs saying "Mary Rose tickets" so had to be redirected by the main Historic Dockyard staff. We then had to queue behind two groups of people at the ticket desk to then give details I had already completed on line. The rest of the museum is brilliantly thought out so the entry process stood out as poor.
So much more than expected. When I saw the wreck raised at the time I did wonder if the effort and expense was justified. It is more than that, the exhibition and the extraordinary visual accompaniments were breathtaking. It was such view into Tudor times, not merely the history of the ship itself, so much information gained from the artefacts themselves and especially the forensic analysis of the recovered ship's personnel. Again breathtaking. Thank you for such a world-beating museum.
The day was exceeded my expectations, Steve Liddell was inspirational and made the day very special. He could not have looked after me any better than he did, and he was like a walking encyclopaedia. It was by far the best trip of my holiday and would highly recommend this tour.
Great place to visit and absorb some history. Quite amazing just what has been done and how detailed everything is. Only area that needs some attention is the online ticket recognition. My on phone voucher was not acceptable, but the website encourages this system.
The Mary Rose is something we have wanted to see for a long time, from watching on our TV screens the moment she was raised (and almost collapsed), a great thing to see for children and adults alike